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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 01:17pm 17/12/10 | 4 Comments
Let's face it. No matter what they come up with, Capcom and Marvel's 'story' for the forthcoming Marvel Vs Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds, is going to be wafer thin at best. There's no contextual reason for any of these characters to mingle, but hey, when you have Arthur from Ghouls n Ghosts going up against the Incredible Hulk, story is the last thing you need to worry about.

Still, it isn't stopping the powers that be from adding a narrative to their hotly anticipated fighter, and today we have a new trailer showing off some of this 'story', which while very confusing, shows off the game's uber-cool art-style.

Watch it embedded below, or click here (recommended) to stream or download it in HD.




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Reverend Evil
Posted 01:27pm 17/12/10
Haha

Arthur running along with that s***** torch. I remember that being the worst weapon and used to avoid it all the time.
MatchFixah
Posted 01:29pm 17/12/10
Viper is fit, but she s**** me all the same.
Sc00bs
Posted 02:13pm 17/12/10
i really like these dark/chartoony SF4 style fighting games
bonnici
Posted 03:50pm 17/12/10
Who needs a storyline when you have a MacGuffin?
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